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Sophia Jex-Blake

Sophia Louisa Jex-Blake was an English physician, teacher and feminist. She led the campaign to secure women access to a University education when she and six other women, collectively known as the Edinburgh Seven, began studying medicine at the University of Edinburgh in 1869. She was the first practising female doctor in Scotland, and one of the first in the wider United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland; a leading campaigner for medical education for women... Read More

Born21 January 1840
Hastings, Sussex, England
Died7 January 1912 (aged 71)
Mark Cross, Rotherfield, Sussex, England

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